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keelos
keelos Mar 20, 17 2:59 PM

You swinging $KEM as it broke through resistance?

Turbobob
Turbobob Mar 20, 17 6:58 PM

I would have a stop loss below $4.50. But chart looks fine.

wellwater1
wellwater1 Mar 20, 17 6:59 PM

I bought FATE at 5.04 today and I'm holding it overnight. It looks to me like it's gonna crack tomorrow. Do you think the same or do you think it still has potential? Thanks.

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zaraza
zaraza Jan 07, 17 10:42 AM

I see you are taking bhigger positions.Bigger gains but bigger risk. Worth it imo.

Turbobob
Turbobob Jan 07, 17 10:54 AM

It is my goal this year to take bigger size. 2k - 3k shares per trade to start with.

Turbobob
Turbobob Jan 07, 17 10:54 AM

Slow and steady wins the race.

zaraza
zaraza Apr 07, 17 4:29 PM

well you are a very disciplined trader and it shows.

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theodore
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theodore Oct 15, 16 7:42 PM

Hey Tom, i too live in Canada and am in practically the same boat as you. More often than not i do not pull the trigger out of fear as i have had some considerable losses on my small account. This fear is impeding on my success, and when i do pull the trigger it is to revenge trade for the fact that i did not get into said winning stock and i get emotional. I would love to check out your blog as i have been reading up on the psychological side of trading and how to overcome the emotions to trad

TakeMoney
TakeMoney Oct 15, 16 7:50 PM

u should be a trend traders, or swing traders for example. I did 2 trades , both on breakouts with volume + pattern. and both went green. I'm also start with 920$. now im close to 1000$ within 2 trades. U need to understand psyhology of other traders , have ur plan and discipline. and there is more chances to success.

TomKob11
TomKob11 Oct 15, 16 8:58 PM

theodore by post blog i meant just on profit.ly blog posts lol i dont have a seperate blog, and yeah trying to react appropriately without chasing is tough. TakeMoney i have thought of being a swing trader but i'm a part-time trader and i find it would be difficult for me to go to university and spend the the rest of my day without having to check on the stock, and personally my strategies are centered on day-trading which i feel is best for me. As well i have no issues with creating a plan, i

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Shimmel21
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Shimmel21 Jun 30, 17 11:22 AM

I honestly feel my first six trades were completely based on me feeling like I was missing out and I ended up buying at the top instead of the pullback. I have taken some time off to study and I am definitely going to stick to my plan now!

Palmer
Palmer Jun 30, 17 2:52 PM

@Shimmel21 it's easy to get distracted on the open from 'runners'. some of them do put in massive moves but the majority are the same 15 or 20 % moves that you were waiting on per your watchlist.

Palmer
Palmer Jun 30, 17 2:53 PM

The big difference is that you are prepared for your 'watchlist moves' and it is a lot more relaxed and controlled state of mind type of trading. It's a matter of waiting for your setup to happen.

Shimmel21
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Shimmel21 Jun 30, 17 3:47 PM

Thanks your blogs are very helpful!

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